British Universities Film & Video Council

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Learning on Screen Awards

The Learning on Screen Awards are the UK’s only celebration of film and media production in education. Recognising the talents of university and college staff, national broadcasters, arts institutions and students, the awards are the perfect way to get innovative educational media content showcased on a national stage.

Presenter James Holland with George Summers, Truro College, accepting the FE Student Production Award.

Presenter James Holland with George Summers, Truro College, accepting the FE Student Production Award.

Last year we were overwhelmed by the standard and diversity of the entries. From MOOCs to interactive games and from documentaries to dramas, we saw the very best of educational media from across the UK. This year we’re looking for entries again…and that’s where you come in.

If you’re producing educational media as part of a university or college course, or making a short film to educate the public about a museum or archive collection we want to hear from you. If you’re a broadcaster or production company making documentary or educational television, we want to hear from you too. And, if you’re a student producing film or media as part of any course we want to see your work.

For the awards’ thirteenth year we’re widening our scope even further, welcoming entries from school sixth forms in our Further Education student category for the first time.

Take a look at the full list of categories.

Nominated entries will be showcased on Thursday 27 April 2017 at a special ceremony, with a networking drinks reception attended by industry and education professionals. Last year our ceremony was held at the BFI Southbank and presented by television presenter and author, James Holland.

ENTRIES OPEN NOW!

Entry deadline: 5pm on Friday 6 January 2017 

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